UHURU LIFTS cessation of movement into and out of the five counties previously declared as disease infected areas.
IN-PERSON AND congregational worship to resume countywide but capacity be a third of capacity, President Kenyatta says.
UHURU REVISES curfew hours to start at 10pm and end at 4am with effect from midnight May 1.
COTU boss Francis Atwoli petitions President Uhuru Kenyatta to advise Safaricom CEO Peter Ndegwa against plans to have existing employees reapply for their jobs.
Operations of restaurants and eateries in zoned areas to resume in accordance with guidelines from MOH. All bars to operate until 7:00 pm
In-person worship to resume in Nairobi, Kajiado, Machakos, Kiambu and Nakuru counties; President Kenyatta orders capacity be limited to one-third.
ALL schools to reopen according to the calendar issued by Ministry of Education; President Uhuru Kenyatta says.
All sporting actives to resume as per the guidelines that will be issued by the ministry of sport.https://www.facebook.com/Netizencom-101258238202673/
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